The sky was looking rather grim before sunset, but there was a break in the clouds at the horizon, just big enough to allow the setting sun to shine that beautiful light on the canyons before me, giving way to one of the most breathtaking and spectacular sunsets I’ve ever seen. It’s truly an amazing feeling when everything is in its right place.
Ok, let’s try this again ::tony stark eye roll::
I may or may not have a backlog of ferris wheel shots to post.
Just got back from @streetmeetwa Haven’t been to one in awhile and wanted to go out and support. It’s a great community of creatives running around and being creative. Hit up @flynnpnw & @angulife for more info. Between my head cold and social anxiety that just shot up I had to leave earlier than I wanted to.
📷 by: @nick.sinnott ·· Chosen by: @relaxocat ·· Today's features come from opposite ends of the city and involve things we hadn't noticed in the hashtag before along with some fun facts. Second, the 620 ft 35th Street Pedestrian Bridge. Nick's original post notes that this is Chicago's longest pedestrian bridge.
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📷 by: @thewanderbroad ·· Chosen by: @relaxocat ·· Today's features come from opposite ends of the city and involve things we hadn't noticed in the hashtag before along with some fun facts. First, from Rogers Park: We did a little digging and found that this 20 ft artwork called Quantum Dee at Juneway Beach was created by @dicrodavis. Each colored panel represents the diversity of the Rogers Park neighborhood where it was commissioned. It certainly looks nice in the morning light!
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New YouTube content is on the way folks! I’ve been handling some logistical things behind the scenes that’s been taking longer than expected, but just know that there’s new content coming very soon! 📹
Until then, here’s a teaser. I shot this image while filming one of my videos from Salt Lake City. ♥️ Double tap this post if you’re excited to see this video & leave a comment on what you think it might be about! ❄️